Meet Calynda

Introducing Calynda Triffo

Calynda is a 3x published author, reflexology therapist and teacher licensed with the Reflexology Association of Canada.

Life can get stressful and responsibilities overwhelming. Calynda learned that first hand when she was diagnosed with anxiety and panic disorders in her early 30's. That journey shifted her focus from her 25+ year corporate career to building her own reflexology practice that includes teaching reflexology courses to help others.

Beating anxiety naturally became possible when she figured out that the body remembers what the head forgets. That experience inspired Calynda to develop emotional reflexology in 2015. It was the perfect mix of Calynda's two passions - transformation coaching and reflexology!

Calynda offers reflexology sessions in her home practice, reflexology courses across Canada (in-person and online), offers coaching services to people feeling weighed down with responsibility and consults business owners that are passionate about growing their business.
RAC Awards
Calynda was the recipient of the 2016, 2017 & 2018 Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award with the Reflexology Association of Canada

Meet The Author

Author of Journals of a Loved One
Calynda published her first book, Journals of a Loved One after the journey through cancer with her father in an effort to increase awareness and help improve diagnostics in Saskatchewan.

A BIG thank you to Hospitals of Regina and those contributing to the efforts to help those in Saskatchewan get a diagnosis quickly.
You are appreciated.
Just because making a plan sounds simple doesn't mean that it is easy. Consistency is king (or queen) when you are wanting to reach a goal.

Clarity it necessary because it counteracts the confusion that causes most dreams to die before they ever get the chance to be experienced. This 411 page journal was designed to keep you on track for 90 days.. with clarity and accountability!

Meet The Mentor & Coach

Andy Andrews and Calynda Triffo
The Noticer by Andy Andrews is still one of my favourite books.
It was the beginning of my passion for understanding the power of perspective.

Meet Business Development Tools!